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LONDON (Reuters) - European champions Bayern Munich have no intention of making the same mistakes as they did against Arsenal last year when they meet in the second leg of their Champions League round of 16 tie next month.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German prosecutors conducted raids on Bavarian tax authorities on Thursday as part of a probe into the leaking of confidential records of Uli Hoeness, the Bayern Munich football club president who stunned Germany last year by admitting to tax dodging.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Ahead of the Sochi Olympics in February, Russia is taking saliva samples from religiously conservative Muslim women, according to locals in the North Caucasus, gathering DNA so authorities can identify the body parts if any become suicide bombers.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's seven-try rout of Argentina in Rosario gave the Wallabies a timely reminder of the backline quality at their disposal, but the team's shot of confidence is likely to be spiked by a dash of All Blacks pain in Dunedin in a fortnight.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia back James O'Connor has pledged to adhere to new coach Ewen McKenzie's 'team-first' ethos as he battles to retain his place in the Wallabies after a series of off-field indiscretions during the British and Irish Lions tour.
MADRID (Reuters) - A verdict in the Operation Puerto trial about doping in cycling will be published on April 30, the judge in charge of the case said in a court statement on Wednesday.